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shoelace

noun [C usually plural] uk   us   /ˈʃuː.leɪs/ (also lace, US also shoestring)
a thin string or strip of leather used to fasten shoes: My shoelaces came undone. Do/Tie up your shoelaces, Rosie.
Translations of “shoelace”
in Korean 신발끈…
in Arabic رِباط الحِذاء…
in Portuguese cordão de sapato, cadarço…
in Catalan cordó…
in Japanese 靴ひも…
in Italian stringa, laccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鞋帶…
in Russian шнурок…
in Turkish ayakkabı bağcığı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鞋带…
in Polish sznurowadło…
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